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Today on News 7 at 5, one year to the day after a plane crashes into Lexington, a federal report says the pilot made several mistakes.
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And school officials say the mold is all gone, but the building gets another wipedown tonight.
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Until a front clears the area, scattered showers will remain in the forecast. Details coming up.

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On Healthcheck tonight .. avoiding injuries from school backpacks. We have an expert in the house with some first-hand advice.
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And airbag safety. New numbers show that more parents seem to be getting the message.
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((WE ENTERED THE GATE.. VERY CONFINED AREA AND WE WERE ABLE TO GRAB HIM.))
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Tonight one of America's most wanted Nickolay Soltys (Soltice) is in custody.
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Police caught up with Soltys... at his mother's home - ten days after the manhunt began.
He looked disheveled and dirty... but police say he did not resist arrest. Soltys is wanted for the murders of six family members.
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Manuel Gallegus has been following this story and he brings us the latest live from Sacramento.
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((A DISHEVELED NIKOLAY SOLTYS IS FINALLY DRIVEN AWAY IN HANDCUFFS ... 10-DAYS AFTER HIS ALLEGED KILLING SPREE.
POLICE CAPTURED THE ELUSIVE UKRANIAN IMMIGRANT THURSDAY MORNING, AT HIS MOTHER'S HOME IN A SACRAMENTO SUBURB.
OFFICIALS SAY NIKOLAY'S BROTHER SPOTTED HIM HIDING UNDER A DESK IN THE BACKYARD -- AND IMMEDIATELY CALLED 9-1-1. POLICE THEN APPROACHED THE BACK GATE. SHERIFF'S DETECTIVE CHRIS JOACHIM/SACREMENTO COUNTY POLICE: As he heard us, he sprang to his feet and appeared as if he was going to run. But an inoperable refrigerator's door was open, blocking his exit. He thrust his hands in the air as soon as I entered the gate, so I immediately saw he wasn't armed...so I disarmed my gun and grabbed him" SOLTYS HAS BEEN ON THE RUN SINCE AUGUST 20TH, WHEN POLICE SAY HE STABBED HIS PREGNANT WIFE, HIS TODDLER, AND FOUR OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS. SOLTYS GOT AWAY AND BECAME THE FOCUS OF A NATIONWIDE MANHAUNT. HIS NAME MADE THE FBI'S 10 MOST WANTED LIST. BUT APPARENTLY SOLTYS NEVER LEFT THE SACREMENTO AREA. INVESTIGATORS SAY HE MAY HAVE BEEN HIDING IN A WOODED PLACE NEAR HIS MOTHER'S HOME. SGT. VIRGIL BROWN/SACREMENTO COUNTY POLICE:- "He was very dirty. His feet were dirty. His whole body was bascically dirty, like he had been camping out." ))
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The National Transportation Safety Board says poor planning caused a plane to go down in Lexington one year ago today.
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The Piper plane broke up in the air before plunging to the ground, killing both men on board. The flight was on its way from West Virginia to South Carolina. The N-T-S-B report says pilot Jack Gambino of New York was not instrument rated, tried to fly into inclement weather and became disoriented. The report says Gambino did not obtain a pre-flight weather briefing, and the plane's inspection had expired.
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A happier aircraft story from Lynchburg. It's a "hand- me- down" variety, but the city isn't complaining.
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Central Virginia welcomed its first medevac helicopter today during ceremonies at Lynchburg General Hospital.
The Lynchburg- Danville corridor is the only area in Virginia that did not have its own medflight copter.
The state is leasing four new choppers.. Lynchburg got the one that used to be based in Chesterfield County.
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((SEN. STEVE NEWMAN/R- LYNCHBURG: WHAT IS SITTING BEHIND US IS GOING TO SAVE LIVES, SAVE LIMBS AND BE A TREMENDOUS ASSET FOR CENTRAL VIRGINIA.))
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Officials say instead of waiting for a helicopter from Roanoke or Charlottesville, emergency help will only be about 15 minutes away.
The aircraft and its crew officially go into service on Saturday.
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Amherst County school officials say they've taken care of a mold problem discovered this week in one of the county's middle schools.
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Cleaning crews worked overnight at Monelison (muh-NELL-ih-son) Middle School to remove mold from one classroom and from par-titions separating other rooms.
Workers will also give the entire building a wipe- down tonight.
Contractors have also suggested replacing the school's ceiling tiles, some of them have been in place nearly 25 years.
Officials say they should know tomorrow what kind of mold it was.
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Emergency crews have had a busy day in Kansas, after a derailment set off an intense fire.
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Officials evacuated about 100 people when the blaze broke out just after midnight in an area south of (Wich-i-tahw) Wichita.
The fire chief says between 30 and 40 cars were involved, some of the cars contained hazardous materials.
Authorities say the train apparently hit some equipment sitting on the tracks
No injuries have been reported.
Until it's determined exactly what ignited the fire, officials plan to let the blaze burn itself out.
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President Bush is heading back to Washington .. where the first order of business will be the budget.
As Teri Okita reports, it's likely to be a major test of his political skills.
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((TRACK: AFTER 26-DAYS OF R-AND-R, PRESIDENT BUSH RETURNS TO WASHINGTON TO FACE A FIRESTORM OF CRITICISM FROM DEMOCRATS OVER HIS BUDGET PLAN.

(Super: Allan Lichtman/Political Analyst)
SOT: Bush comes home, not only to find that the Grinch stole the

surplus, but that the Democrats are saying, Hes the Grinch. (:09)
TRACK: THE PRESIDENT WILL HUNKER DOWN IN SEVERAL STAFF MEETINGS ON FRIDAY WHERE GOVERNMENT SPENDING FROM DEFENSE TO EDUCATION TO MEDICARE COVERAGE FOR PRESCRIPTION DRUGS WILL TOP THE AGENDA.

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This administration is in deep denial. (:02)
TRACK: USING NEW, CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE NUMBERS, DEMOCRATS CLAIM THERES NOT ENOUGH MONEY IN BUSHS PLAN TO PAY FOR THOSE PROGRAMS WITHOUT DIPPING INTO SOCIAL SECURITY RESERVES. THATS SOMETHING THE PRESIDENT PROMISED NOT TO DO DURING THE CAMPAIGN.

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problem of a fundamentally flawed budget plan. (:11)
TRACK: POLITICAL ANALYSTS SAY PRESIDENT BUSH WILL HAVE TO AVOID CONFRONTATION AND DO LOTS OF WHEELING AND DEALING TO WORK OUT A BUDGET COMPROMISE WITH CONGRESS.

SOT: Lichtman: I think this is a pivot point of his presidency. This is

a real test of his ability on a range of complicated issues to do what he said hes going to do: bring Republicans and Democrats together to do the people's business. (:12)

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STANDUP: That may be easier said than done. While Democrats blame Bushs tax cut for the bleak budget picture, the President says its caused by an economy thats limping towards recovery. Whatever the reason, September promises to be a crucial month here in Washington. Teri Okita, CBS News, The White House. ))

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The lottery lawsuit is dropped. Still ahead, co-workers decide they can't get a slice of a colleague's Powerball pie.
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And coming up in Healthcheck, we'll show you how to tell if your child's back pack is too heavy --and how to properly wear one to prevent back problems.
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The lawsuit over a winning Powerball ticket has been dropped.
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Pat and Erwin Wales came forward with a 41 and a half million dollar ticket earlier this week, but yesterday, four of Pat's co-workers went to court.
They claimed they were entitled to some her winnings, since she was part of an office pool that bought lottery tickets.
Wales says she kept the office tickets separate from her own, and today, lawyers for her co-workers agreed the evidence did not warrant continuing the suit, so it was dropped.
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It appears the warnings about Air Bags are working.
The number of children killed by air bags has dropped during the past five years.
The reason? Awareness.
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But the National Safety Council report also stresses that there are still some people who don't know the A-B-C's of air bag safety.
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((ALWAYS SLIDE DHT ESEAT BACK, BUCKEL EVEYONE IN AND CHILDREN SHOULD BE PROPERLY RESTRAINED IN THE REAR SEAT.))
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Hurley says there are always new parents who need to be educated on the dangers of air bags for children.
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In Health Check tonight,
Heavy and improperly worn backpacks are causing more and more back problems for students.
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Tonight Health Check Reporter Joy Sutton has some tips for parents how to protect their children.
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Jean, joining me is Mary Lewis an occupational therapist with Lewis Gale Medical Center.
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Don't look now, but September arrives in two days.
So before you garden stops growing for another year, Leo Hirsbrunner is ready to plant some summer-ending tips.
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With summer nearing an end, time is running out for that final work on creating a beautiful yard .. at least for this year.
In this week's Growin It, Leo Hirsbrunner has some suggestions on what to plant .. and where to place them.
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A local record publisher is up for a big music award. The details are still ahead.
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And despite these smiles, Wall Street gets that sinking feeling, as the Dow drops below 10-thousand. Our Marketwatch report is next.
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Wall Street had another case of the downers today .. a fourth straight day of losses, with the Dow dropping below 10-thousand. Alexis Christoforous has today's Marketwatch report.
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Welcome everybody to the Thursday afternoon two minute ticker. We begin tonight with the matinee action from the big leagues.
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Already this afternoon, in the National League the Cardinals beat the Padres 13-to-4.
the Yankees beat the Blue Jays 5 to 4 in 11 innings. Also, this afternoon the best team in baseball was in action.
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The Seattle Mariners and manager Lou Pinella shutout the Devil Rays 4-to-nothing. Freddy Garcia improved his record to 15-to-5 pitching 6 and two thirds innings and striking out 6 Devil Rays. He got plenty of run support from Brett Boone in the fourth as he hits this two run homer to break open a scoreless game. It's 2-to-nothing Mariners. They got some insurance in the 5th as David Bell hit a solo shot to left field.
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The Mariners beat the Devil Rays 4-to-nothing. Seattle now has 96 wins.
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The VMI football team kicks off the 2001 season tonight at seven. The Keydets are on the road at Duquesne.
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VMI has revenge on it's mind. The Dukes came back to beat the Keydets 57-31 in VMI's season opener last year. Retribution isn't the only factor motivating the players on post.
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Kickoff at Art Rooney Field in Pittsburgh is officially set for 7:05.

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Coming up tonight on News 7 at six the Ferrum College Panthers step into the spotlight
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as our college football previews continue. The Panthers are picked to win the Dixie conference, but they'll have to rely on some youngsters to accomplish that goal. Roy Stanley will have that story at the top of the hour.
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Also tonight on News 7 at six, we will rundown every high school game on this end of the state complete with kickoff times for you. Take care everybody. Jean will be right back. [go to break]

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The man who helped young children learn about life for 34 years is calling it a career.
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Fred Rogers is host of "Mister Rogers Neighborhood", and his last original show airs tomorrow.
He'll end this show the way he did all the rest .. taking off his sneakers and sweater, leaving the living room, and promising he'll be back.
And he will indeed. P-B-S stations can still air hundreds of back episodes for as long as they'd like.
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His competition includes Ricky Skaggs, Travis Tritt and the Dixie Chicks, but John Lawless has an all-star line-up of his own.
In October he's hoping a project he put together will win two international bluegrass music awards.
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Lawless is the founder of Acutab, the roanoke publisher of bluegrass music books.
The Knee Deep in Bluegrass CD was released on Rebel Records last year... and it includes many of the artists who have appeared in Acutab publications.
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((IT'S JUST A PLEASURE TO BE NOMINATED, BUT ANYONE WHO TELLS YOU THEY WOULDN'T LIKE TO WALK OFF WITH THE TROPHY IS PROBABLY NOT BEING REAL TRUTHFUL. IT'S A GREAT HONOR.))
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Knee Deep in Bluegrass: The Acutab Sessions is nominated in two categories: Instrumental Album, and Recorded Event.
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